If someone got carbon monoxide poisoning at work, who is responsible?
If the company was leasing the space would it be the obligation of the company, the building owner or the gas company to reimburse?
I believe it all depends on the factors involved, it it was a result of poor or no maintenence it would be the building owner. If it was from equipment or lack of adequate ventilation it would be the company's responsibility. If it was because the employee was doing something they shouldn't it wouldn't be either ones fault as long as the employee was properly trained in safety procedures.
The owner of the building is responsible and their insurance would pay. However, the owner probably can get reimbursed by the gas company if the gas company turns out to have been at fault.
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